It was evident that Becky was interested in movement at an early age. She began dancing at the age of 4 and now has more than 25 years of training. She was a defensive specialist in volleyball in high school as well as the collegiate level, becoming Varsity Team Captain at both levels. In 2004, Becky graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology with a minor in Biology. She went on to work at the world renowned Spaulding Rehab Hospital on the Traumatic Brain Injury Unit. This experience solidified her decision of a career choice in physical therapy, and she graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from UMASS Lowell in May of 2009. Becky has clinical experience with both the adult and pediatric populations, with diagnoses including but not limited to stroke, brain injury, various orthopedic surgical interventions, gross developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
In 2013 and again in 2014, Becky completed her greatest achievements, by becoming a Mom to her daughters Lydia & Evelyn. During her own pregnancies, she became aware of the lack of reliable information available to women regarding exercise prior to, during and post-pregnancy. Becky prides herself in her strong knowledge base of the newest recommendations for pre & post-natal exercise. She is truly passionate when it comes to educating other “mamas-to-be” on how to safely prepare their bodies for the marathon process of labor, delivery and managing a newborn at home.
Becky became a member at SLS in 2011 and has been hooked ever since. She feels honored to be a part of such an amazing and inspiring fitness family.
St. Joseph’s College of Maine, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, Minor in Biology
UMASS Lowell, Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Licensed Physical Therapist